Autosave every edit!

by Carles Alcolea for brackets >=1.0.0 
Saves your work as you type (automagically!). No need to press commands or switch windows. Perfect for file watchers
version
1.1.6
modified
2017-07-19T22:34:59.947Z
first seen
2016-10-17T22:19:26.586Z
downloads
60886
 Versions
1.1.6
2017-07-19T22:34:59.947Z
19477
1.1.5
2017-01-16T09:31:35.635Z
26165
1.0.6
2017-01-01T04:18:09.728Z
3826
1.0.3
2016-10-21T23:12:24.465Z
9734
1.0.2
2016-10-21T23:10:19.061Z
5
1.0.1
2016-10-17T22:19:26.586Z
1679
 Readme
# brackets-autosaver [![The MIT License](https://img.shields.io/badge/license-MIT-orange.svg?style=flat-square)](http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT) [![GitHub version](https://d25lcipzij17d.cloudfront.net/badge.svg?id=gh&type=6&v=1.1.6)](http://badge.fury.io/gh/boennemann%2Fbadges) [![PRs Welcome](https://img.shields.io/badge/PRs-welcome-brightgreen.svg?style=flat-square)](http://makeapullrequest.com) **Finally!** A **Brackets** extension that saves your file **as you type**. No need to constantly press Ctrl/CMD + S. It helps you achieve a perfect workflow with file watchers (*Gulp, Grunt, npm, CodeKit*...). Simple demo gif: ![brackets-autosaver](img/demo.gif) ## How does it work? Brackets-autosaver hooks to key presses. To avoid triggering a file save command on every-single-keypress the extension waits **400ms** (or any other delay of your choosing) from the **last** key pulsation. So once you're finished typing a few words or a simple correction, **then** it saves the document (always the one you just edited). It also detects changes made by cuting or pasting contents. ## Is it always on? Nope. You can turn this feature on and off easily from the File menu. So just check or uncheck **File -> Enable auto saving**. ## How to install this awesome thing? Like any other Brackets extension. Either look for it within Brackets extension manager or download this repo and drop it on Brackets. **Feel free to open any issues, I'll take care of them.**